Bokassa Shares New Video for “Captain Cold One”, Metallica Tour Resumes Next Weekend

After dropping their explosive single “Captain Cold One” last week, Bokassa have now released a music video for it. The video was shot in Manchester, England by Video Ink, in the same locale as filming for Captain America, Sherlock Holmes, and Peaky Blinders, and where the band did their video for previous single, ‘Mouthbreathers Inc.’ The track is from their forthcoming album, Crimson Riders, set for release on June 21st. The band picks up their European tour opening for Metallica and Ghost on June 8th in Dublin, IE. Watch the clip now!

Frontman Jørn comments: “The video for ‘Captain Cold One’ takes place after the world takes a collective breath, having just avoided destruction, as is tradition in the universe they live in. A universe not unlike our own I might add. Having come so close to death, people react in different ways – we see an “end of the world party” and that the cult leader from our ‘Mouthbreathers Inc.’ video is still on the loose. Will he get captured by vigilantes or will he, yet again, escape? Watch it and find out!”

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Fans can see the video for earlier single, ‘Mouthbreathers Inc.’ at: https://youtu.be/DZ86JrXrsZk.

Crimson Riders was recorded back home in Trondheim’s Brygga Studio, with production by the band together with Yngve Andersen (Blood Command), mixing by Simon Jackman, and mastering by the legendary Brian ‘Big Bass’ Gardener. The record will be released on June 21st on CD, vinyl, and digitally.

Pre-order the album/single now at: https://lnk.to/CaptainColdOne

Dates remaining supporting Metallica:

June 8 – Dublin, Slane Castle (Ireland)

June 11 – Amsterdam, Johan Cruiff Arena (Netherlands)

June 13 – Cologne, Rheinenergiestadion (Germany)

June 16 – Brussels, Koning Boudewijnstadion (Belgium)

June 18 – Manchester, Etihad Stadium (UK)

June 20 – London, Twickenham Stadium (UK)

July 6 – Berlin, Olympiastadion (Germany)

July 9 – Gothenburg, Ullevi (Sweden)

July 11 – Copenhagen, Telia Parken (Denmark)

July 13 – Trondheim, Granasen (Norway)

July 16 – Hämeenlinnam, Kantolan Tapahtumapuisto (Finland)

July 18 – Raadi, Airfield (Estonia)

July 21 – Moscow, Luzhniki Stadium (Russia)

August 14 – Bucharest, Arena Nationala (Romania)

August 16 – Vienna, Ernst-Happel-Stadion (Austria)

August 18 – Prague, Airport Letnany (Czech Republic)

August 21 – Warsaw, PGE Narodowy (Poland)

August 23 – Munich, Olympiastadion (Germany)

August 25 – Mannheim, Maimarktgelande (Germany)